Orange Creamsicle Gummies

Heal your gut with these delicious Orange Creamsicle Gummies |

Man, I didn’t mean to disappear on you guys. I’ve just been spending some much needed time these past few weeks with family, friends and my awesome husband, as well as just taking some time for myself. I was all over the place, driving from Texas to Washington to Oregon, back to Washington, to California, and then home to Texas.

Heal your gut with these delicious Orange Creamsicle Gummies |

And now that I’m back home I’m not sure exactly how to feel about it. While it’s nice to be back in my own space (and my own bed) it’s taking a little bit for this place to feel like home again. Maybe that sounds crazy since I’ve lived here for over two years now. But home for me has never been about a place but about the people, and I just got done spending the last five weeks with the people I love most in this world. And while our house in Texas feels like home when my husband is around, I know he will be leaving again soon as he always does and then it will just be me and the pups again.

Heal your gut with these delicious Orange Creamsicle Gummies |

I know I’ll toughen up and make the most of it as I always do, there’s really not much else to do as a military spouse, but right now I’m coming off of a family high and being alone just doesn’t sound like much fun.

Heal your gut with these delicious Orange Creamsicle Gummies |

What does sound like fun is eating a bunch of these gummies. What’s more fun than Orange Creamsicle Gummies? Absolutely nothing! (At least when it comes to food anyway.) These little bad boys are packed with gut healing goodness in the form of gelatin and healthy fats in the form of coconut milk. And they’re super delicious even the kids will like them! Well at least I’m pretty sure they would. I haven’t actually tested it since, you know, I don’t have kids and stuff. But my mom really liked them. Does that count?

Heal your gut with these delicious Orange Creamsicle Gummies |

Orange Creamsicle Gummies
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  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 5 Tbs gelatin
  • 1½ cups fresh pressed orange juice (juice from about 3 oranges)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp orange zest
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 2-3 tbs honey or 20-25 drops stevia (optional depending on how sweet your orange juice is)
  1. Add coconut milk to saucepan over medium heat and bring to a simmer
  2. Add gelatin 1 Tbs at a time, whisking thoroughly to avoid clumps
  3. Remove from heat and add orange juice, vanilla, zest, salt, and sweetener
  4. Pour into an 8x8 baking dish lined with parchment paper or greased mold of choice
  5. Let chill until set, about 2 hours

Heal your gut with these delicious Orange Creamsicle Gummies |

If you’re a fan of orange julius or any other creamsicle flavored foods, you’ve got to try these. Seriously. I wouldn’t lie to you 😉

In vibrant health,


8 thoughts on “Orange Creamsicle Gummies

  1. Hannah Campbell

    Oh goodness, these look amazing. Between these and your other gummies, I think I have a lot of recipes to try as soon as I order some gelatin! 🙂

    And I totally get the loneliness thing. I think that can be the hardest thing about being a mil-spouse, besides the missing. :/

    Hannah Campbell, Whole Food, Whole You

    1. Kiersten Post author

      Ya… the missing part isn’t fun either! It’s not an easy life is it? But worth it for the men we love! And you totally need to order some gelatin! Minus the fact that it’s super nutritious, homemade gummies will change your life 😉

  2. Anne Marie

    These sound perfect! We were making gummies with frozen blueberries and coconut milk, but these may be our new go to! Going to try them tonight 🙂

  3. Alexa

    These look delicious!! I’ve never made gummies but you always make them look so delicious…I need to try it out! And I know what you mean about coming off of a family high. So sorry girl!! Glad you got to get away and get much-needed time with the ones you love!

    1. Kiersten Post author

      Yes they do! If they are kept at higher temperatures for too long they will melt. They should be fine for a few hours if you wanted to take them with you as a snack or something as long as they weren’t in direct heat.

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